Venerdì, and I always start thinking of food right about now.
And wine, of course, though it’s a little early.
In fact, I’m going to put down my laptop in a minute or two and, armed with the shopping list I’ve just prepared, walk over to our local Coop to shop for this evening’s meal.
So it’s fitting that today I have for you a ‘mucchio‘ of vocabulary exercises on the topic of food and cooking.
They’re in an approximate order of difficulty. The first two even have pictures, so anyone can have a go!
By the way, thanks to those of you who wrote pointing out the mistakes in one of Wednesday’s exercises.
I blushed, but I’ll admit that I haven’t carefully checked these either, so do drop me an email if you have any more glitches to report.
OK, let’s get cooking!
Picture Matching Exercise – Food (1)
Picture Matching Exercise – Food (2)
Picture Matching Exercise – Kitchen Utensils
Kitchen Vocabulary – Gapfill Exercise (1)
Kitchen Vocabulary – Matching Exercise
Kitchen Vocabulary – Gapfill Exercise (2)
Tortellini – Reading Comprehension
Autumn Sale Reminder
I’m going to keep this quick (because I still have to go do the shopping…)
The next sale won’t be until after Christmas.
So if you’ll need anything to supplement your Italian study program between now and then, better get on with it!
Use this coupon code in your shopping cart to get the 20% discount:
(copy and paste it carefully…)
If you’re not sure how to go about this, there are full instructions in yesterday’s article:
And if you’re still having problems, write to me or Lucia and we’ll help.